Crockpot Cooking…still...

Feb 13, 2010 Written by admin

The crock pot has come a long way from the brown stone pot with the bland surface. Manufactures are finally realizing two important factors to their consumers, women are busy juggling many balls, yet prefer to make a home cooked meal, and we want sleek and elegant in the kitchen among our stainless steel commercial […]

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Category: Business
Tag: crock pot, crock pot cooking, crock pot meals, crock pot recipes

A Thousand Thank You!

Feb 12, 2010 Written by admin

Rhoda, Thank you so very much for your very generous gift (that I know is from your heart). As Foodie I know what a heart gift is and WOW. Thank you. I am now having my 5th slice of cassava cake warmed with a cup of hot milk. I feel comforted and loved. I don’t […]

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Category: Fabulous Foods
Tag: cassava cake, cassava pudding

The man I could count on...

Feb 12, 2010 Written by admin

As a Foodie, I am a Professional Eater. I have stopped fretting about my dress size. It fluctuates from size 2 in the summer, when I’m busy with summer events and walking like mad, to size 6 when I graciously plump up when I’m in “food season” sampling lots of new foods at various events. […]

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Category: Business
Tag: Fashion World, food season

Greek Kalamari again and...

Feb 06, 2010 Written by admin

In my recent extended stay at a hotel we got tired of order in, take out, hotel foods. We longed for a home cooked meal. While doing the laundry I met a fellow neighbour (who was doing the hotel living for 6 months…yikes I should not be complaining about a one week stay. He suggested […]

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Category: Greek food
Tag: greek food menus, greek foods list, greek restaurants

Truffles….It Tastes li...

Feb 06, 2010 Written by admin

A truffle is a very powerful delectable. I am not talking about chocolate truffles; those are not true truffles. I am talking about the found in the ground; with a trained pig; looks like fungus – type of truffle. How do you know if you have ever had the real thing? There’s only one way […]

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Category: Truffle Food
Tag: Tastes Like Funky, Truffles

Having French, refined, ...

Jan 31, 2010 Written by admin

French Antique Monogram Bed LinensThere are three things I love to do in bed; sleep, eat, and smile. All three involves a plush existence on top, in between and all-round something French, refined, rich and yes I will admit, old. I collect a few things; old English china, cuff-links (which includes a stunning sterling one […]

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Category: Life style
Tag: natural texture, soft beds

I’m not the sort of fe...

Jan 31, 2010 Written by admin

I’m not the sort of female to torment a respectable man…but I must get to el Bulli, before they close. Waiting to complete the final chapter of my book on the ultimate culinary experiences – a delicious journey of places, people, and ingredients that is all a culmination of satiating a Foodies need for great […]

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Category: Food Business
Tag: culinary experiences, culinary school

Why cant hotel meals kee...

Jan 06, 2010 Written by admin

My job includes a lot of travelling. A lot of traveling equals; many hotels, and many continental breakfasts; free with stay. And of course being a Foodie, I have my standards. At every hotel, the norm of; white bread, make-it-yourself waffles, aging cereal, ect, was served. They also had a suspicious greyish paste in a […]

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Category: Food Business
Tag: cheap hotel, healthy food to eat out, hotel room meals

Happy 2010

Jan 02, 2010 Written by admin

Happy New Year. As we embark on a New Year, I only have a few goals: laugh, play, eat well, make time to connect with people. I wish you a happy, safe and indulgent New Year. “Bis vivit qui bene vivit.” He lives twice who lives,well. (and eats, well)

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Category: Business
Tag: happy new year 2010, safe and indulgent New Year

Christmas Mistake in the...

Jan 02, 2010 Written by admin

I love everything about Christmas morning! So much in fact that Christmas morning for me starts the night before. Whether I’m making my pastry for my incredible Stilton Quiche that I only bake on Christmas morning, or getting pure cocoa from Jamaica prepped for Coco Tea (made from the actual cocoa bean in raw form). […]

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Category: Christmas
Tag: Christmas Mistake, christmas ralphie, Stilton Quiche
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